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28 July 2016

Study shows poor skin cancer survival in patients with skin of color

Dermatologist urges everyone to be aware of their risk and take steps toward prevention, detection

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28 July 2016

Study shows poor skin cancer survival in patients with skin of color

Dermatologist urges everyone to be aware of their risk and take steps toward prevention, detection

28 July 2016

Scar treatments can improve patients’ quality of life

Scarring can have serious effects, but dermatologists have many ways to help

28 July 2016

Zika, other mosquito-borne illnesses pose threat to travelers

Those visiting affected regions should take preventive measures

28 July 2016

Eczema can have many effects on patients’ health

Skin disease increases risk for several other conditions

26 July 2016

AAD statement on USPSTF recommendation on skin cancer screening

Statement from Abel Torres, MD, JD, FAAD, President, American Academy of Dermatology:

12 July 2016

How to prevent and treat blisters

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16 June 2016

New American Academy of Dermatology PSA highlights dangers of tanning

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. (June 16, 2016) —

14 June 2016

How to remove unwanted body hair with at-home waxing

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. (June 14, 2016) —

17 May 2016

Research indicates that many are using sunscreen incorrectly

How well do you understand sunscreen? For many consumers, the answer is not so well. According to new research, many people are still puzzled by the wide range of SPF numbers on product labels, and some may not be using sunscreen properly, which could increase their skin cancer risk.